Preparedness of Principals to Be Faith Leaders of Their Schools
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Principals in religiously affiliated schools are called to lead their schools in ways that are grounded in a set of core beliefs and values. This study examines the challenges of leading toward a community of faith grounded in the spirit of major constituencies when one is under-prepared for such leadership. A national sample of lay Catholic high-school principals was queried in order to investigate their reflections on preparedness to be faith leaders of their schools. The strategies they reveal are applicable to private-school principals and to the formal educational programs that prepare them to be faith leaders.
Copyright © 1999, Taylor & Francis
Taylor & Francis
Wallace, Theodore J.; Ridenour, Carolyn; and Biddle, James R., "Preparedness of Principals to Be Faith Leaders of Their Schools" (1999). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 105.